The $3600 extra for the bracelet is way too much for me. I'd constantly be thinking I could almost have bought another decent watch for that extra money. The bracelet is important, but considering the standard Omega bracelet is incredibly comfortable anyway, it's a no brainer for me. That's just my logic though heheConclusion:
@leastonh I'm not really ready to go again to an AD to choose one and buy it.
BUT, honestly, if Omega contacts me again (they did once already, but I let it go)
and says that they have a Seamaster 300 Tokyo available for me to purchase for $5600, then I'm NOT going to pass it up again. I'm just going to get it (at full price).
I tried on the exact same watch in white and black, and liked how the white dial looked and how it fit. So, although I would prefer to see it in real life and try it on at an AD, I feel somewhat confident just ordering the Tokyo from the Omega website.
And if they don't contact me, and I am finally ready to go to an AD to buy something, then it will very likely be the yellow gold Seamaster 300 BLUE...
with the "regular" bracelet.
This is a win/win situation, since I win either way .
Hey Furball - wanted to apologize - one of my ****head buddies saw an opportunity to mess around on my phone yesterday when I left it unlocked and unattended and posted something very stupid!!!
Thank you! I think the Milanese style is a great bracelet option for this watch. The NTTD watch inspired this look for me and others who had useful posts I followed for a while. A guy whose handles are Spiked Lee and Chicago Watch Curator has excellent posts on various forums on choosing different bracelets for this watch.Hey,
That looks great, where is the mesh from ?
Thinking of getting one for next summer.